Amora displays 10% more brilliance than diamond, greater physical stability, higher color grade than most diamonds, and over 200% more fire. Whether grown on Earth or in nature as stardust, Amora is formed in temperature extremes that would vaporize diamond. Amora will be on exhibit at the Hungarian Natural History Museum alongside Jack Hills Zircon, the oldest crystals on planet earth at 4.4 Billion years old. The display is titled "The Oldest and The Newest" crystals on the planet.
Amora H&A is F color (true colorless) on the GIA diamond grading scale. All Amora H&A are cut to Hearts and Arrows specifications that have been optimized for Amora's exceptional brilliance. Fewer than 1% of natural gem diamonds are cut to H&A level of precision by comparison. Further, all Amora H&A's will be cut exclusively via robot, another industry first, to deliver super-human precision and unrivaled beauty.
If the company’s claims hold true then Amora can soon become one of the most sought after gems. It should not be too long before we start seeing the Amora on lots of places. Having learnt from De Beers, the company is planning on keeping supply extremely tight though they justify it as ‘difficulty in scaling up production, as the crystal is very difficult and slow to grow’.